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DyeStat US#1 Performances
2008-2009 Indoor Season
1/16-19 Weekend Notables
  • Not to be outdone - The boys 60 was one of two events that was revised not just once, or twice, but three times during the weekend!  Friday night, Jeremy Rankin CO zipped a 6.79A at an all-comers meet at the Air Force Academy to lower his US-leading 6.81.  Saturday at the Carl Lewis Invite, Marquise Goodwin TX shaved .03 off that with his 6.76.  Not to be outdone, Rankin was a late entry into Sunday's Air Force Academy Invite, where he dropped the time to 6.69A in the prelims before false-starting the final.  Rankin was last year's leader at 6.64A
  • Short-lived leaders - The girls 3k had the other triple revision, all on Saturday.  In order: Malia Cali LA 9:59.07 at Carl Lewis Invite, Sam Roecker NY 9:51.18 at Yale Invite, Emily Lipari NY 9:50.21 at Molloy Stanner Games.
  • Triple threat - With his 600/1000 double at Molloy Stanner, Terrance Livingston NY now has a very impressive trio of #1s, spanning the 600-80-1000.
  • Distance domination - Lipari and Andrew Springer RI solidified their status as the most impressive distance runners this winter (despite long XC seasons).  Lipari now has the mile/1600, 3k, and 2M/3200, while Springer owns the mile/1600, 3k and a leg on the leading DMR.
  • Shot wars - Given the way the shot put has been, it wouldn't have been shocking to see the 69-07.75 by Stephen Saenz TX Saturday topped by Nick Vena NJ or Mason Finley CO in their meets Sunday.  But Saenz will be on top for at least a week as neither of the others went as far as 67 this time.
  • Virginians love the 500 - The 500 gets a lot of action in Virginia, so it's not a big surprise that the US leaders come from there.  On the girls side, the weekend saw both Natalie Woodford (1:15.49) and Amanda Smith (1:15.98) top Genamarie McCant (1:16.13), who had already revised her leading mark once earlier.  Taylor Sykes has led since early on for boys with his 1:05.42.
Devon Smith MD 6.2155m dash
NEW! Ashton Purvis CA 6.96
NEW! Jeremy Rankin CO 6.69A
60m dash
NEW! Ashley Collier TX 7.52
Fuquawn Greene NC 21.39
200m dash
Ashley Collier TX 24.22
John Thomas NY 34.21
300m dash Chamique Francis NY 38.88
Anthony Hendrix NC 47.73
400m dash
Chamique Francis NY 55.48
Taylor Sykes VA 1:05.42
500m dash
NEW! Natalie Woodford VA 1:15.49
NEW! Terrance Livingston NY 1:20.41600m dash
Phyllis Francis NY 1:31.13
Terrance Livingston NY 1:53.36
800m run
Stephanie Brown IL 2:08.41
NEW! Terrance Livingston NY 2:30.811000m run
Claudia Francis NY 2:53.16
Chris Carrington NY 4:02.43
1500m run
Grace Rodriguez NH 4:41.72
NEW! Andrew Springer RI 4:09.11c1600m run
Emily Lipari NY 4:52.60c
NEW! Andrew Springer RI 4:10.61Mile run
Emily Lipari NY 4:54.40
Andrew Springer RI 8:27.21
3000m run
NEW! Emily Lipari NY 9:50.21
Bobby Peavey VA 9:08.74
3200m run
Emily Lipari NY 10:34.66c
Bobby Peavey VA 9:12.14c2-Mile run
Emily Lipari NY 10:38.66
Jay Pallazola MA 16:29.39
5000m run
Rebecca White MA 18:15.84
1 Mile Walk
NEW! Wayne Davis II NC 7.1555m Hurdles
NEW! Trinity Wilson CA 7.94
Wayne Davis II NC 7.7960m Hurdles
Donique' Flemings TX 8.55
Track EC (New Bern HS) NC 1:27.02
4x200m relay
  Benjamin Cardozo NY 1:40.38
Track EC (New Bern HS) NC 3:19.284x400m relay
NEW! Benjamin Cardozo NY 3:51.55
Morris Hills NJ 7:51.07
4x800m relay
St. John Villa NY 9:24.53
Atholton MD 18:25.43
4x 1 Mile relay
Northwest MD 23:05.43
  NEW! Springfield Gardens NY 3:33.16
1600m Sprint Medley
Hempstead NY 4:05.59
NEW! Westerly RI 10:17.50
Distance Medley
NEW! Burnt Hills NY 11:59.71
Erik Kynard OH 7-02.50
High Jump
Tynita Butts VA 5-09
Jack Whitt OK 17-00
Pole Vault
Morgann Leleux LA 13-02.50
NEW! Marquise Goodwin TX 25-01.25Long Jump
Tiffany Harris VA 19-10.75
Jeffery Artis VA 49-00.75 Triple Jump
Karimah Shepherd VA 40-06.50
NEW! Stephen Saenz CO 69-07.75
Shot Put
  Melissa Kurzdorfer NY 47-09
  Alec Faldermeyer NY 74-09
Weight Throw
Lauren Chambers GA 58-04.75

Updated: January 20, 2009

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Events awaiting marks: pentathlon, 1 mile walk

A = altitude-aided
e = en route time
# = oversized track (longer than 200m in affected events)
c = converted (Conversions for mile to 1600 are 1.5 for boys, 1.8 for girls; for 2M to 3200 are 3.4 for boys, 4.0 for girls)
h = hand time

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